The Bandar Togel, also known as Ingin (Bandara), is a type of curved blade that is used to perform various chopping and peeling jobs. It can be made out of different types of metals and combined with various chemicals to give it a hard and sharp edge. This heavy-duty tool is the perfect tool for professionals in industries that require a lot of precision and speed.
One of the most common uses for the Bandar Togel is its use in the fields of landscaping and construction. Since this tool is able to quickly slice through small objects such as wood and plastic, it is very useful for workers in the landscaping and construction industry. These tools can also be used by some professional in the food service industry since it has a sharp edge and long length which make it perfect for chopping, slicing and dicing food. Aside from this, there are other uses of the Bandar To Gel which include the following:
The second common use of the Bandar To Gel is in the field of adalah, which is a form of worship performed by some Malaysian Muslims. Adalah is considered to be the third largest religion in Malaysia, after the Islam and Christianity. Since this form of religious service is performed outside of the mosque, it is referred to as taj ibang. During the adalah ceremony, the instrument known as the band togel tercaya yang akan kami is played by a specialist known as an adalah man while two other men hold the hands of the person performing the ritual.
The ingin is played by the leader of the two other men and the instrument is held over the kneeling man or women. The leader then places both hands on the instrument and makes a sign with his palms to signify that the gathering is in accord. Once this is done, the leader starts playing the two instruments simultaneously while saying, “O Muslim, have you any questions?” (ngai Ingin)
The final common use of the Bandar To Gel involves the performing of the dalam, which is the national dance of Malaysia. The instrument is played by a specialist known as a dalam man and it consists of two sticks, one of which has a metal head attached. After the leader says bisa ingin, the other ends of the sticks are struck against the thigh of the person who is performing the dance. The head of the metal stick is then stuck into the ground to symbolize the sacrifice made by the people of Borneo for their homeland.
It is interesting to note that these two instruments are used in almost every traditional cultural activity in Malaysia, including the performing of the dalam beberapa periode, which is a traditional form of the Melayu dance from West Malaysia. Similarly, the Bandar To Gel is used in a similar manner during religious ceremonies in Singapore. For instance, during the Holy Communion procession in Magelang Diplane, a group of children carries the melodious sticks and people sing the popular love hymns while they move along. Interestingly, the instrument is also used during the annual Chinese New Year celebrations in some communities. The ongoing tradition of using the Bandar To Gel in Singapore is part of the rich heritage of local musical and cultural practices that are steeped in history and deeply rooted in religious and folkloric belief systems of the People’s Republic of China.